Felix Jenewein

7 Piny9 Obserwujący
Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) II (A universal dying spread over the towns and the country, like a rapacious flood. "...accompanied by sextons of the lowest people, called plague servants, dearly paid for their service. In the background a long, ghastly procession with coffins hastens onward. Men quake and as a personification of human pain and terror a woman with bloodshot and staring eyes meets the procession; it is a mother, burying her own child)

Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) II (A universal dying spread over the towns and the country, like a rapacious flood. "...accompanied by sextons of the lowest people, called plague servants, dearly paid for their service. In the background a long, ghastly procession with coffins hastens onward. Men quake and as a personification of human pain and terror a woman with bloodshot and staring eyes meets the procession; it is a mother, burying her own child)

Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) V (God continues in his merciless chastisement and His hand crushes and breaks down every revolt with new plague-terrors. Thousands, yea millions of dead bodies lie about and hands do not suffice to bury them. They are exposed to birds of prey in streets, squares, fields and roads....)

Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) V (God continues in his merciless chastisement and His hand crushes and breaks down every revolt with new plague-terrors. Thousands, yea millions of dead bodies lie about and hands do not suffice to bury them. They are exposed to birds of prey in streets, squares, fields and roads....)

Felix Jenewein (1857_1905)  From the series Plague II  lithography, 1901, 42,7 x 32,4, marked LD on stone F. Jenewein. 1900, frame, marked LD in print Felix Jenewein pestis and RD sumptum fecit B. Kocí Prague, lit.: F. smejkal, ceské imaginativní umení, Prague 1982, p. 21, sheet V. and P. Vittlich, Czech Art Nouveau, Prague 1982, pp. 131, sheet VI., at the bottom right out of the printing slightly crumpled paper

Felix Jenewein (1857_1905) From the series Plague II lithography, 1901, 42,7 x 32,4, marked LD on stone F. Jenewein. 1900, frame, marked LD in print Felix Jenewein pestis and RD sumptum fecit B. Kocí Prague, lit.: F. smejkal, ceské imaginativní umení, Prague 1982, p. 21, sheet V. and P. Vittlich, Czech Art Nouveau, Prague 1982, pp. 131, sheet VI., at the bottom right out of the printing slightly crumpled paper

THE MODERN MALE: Felix Jenewein

THE MODERN MALE: Felix Jenewein

Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) VI ( Heaven is reconciled. The terrible phantom of Plague vanished. The storm is over; under the ground sleep the dead and above it there remained part of miserable humanity. Tapers burn on numberless graves and on the brightening sky appears a rainbow of peace. An awful remembrance of experienced wretchedness and misery lingers and covers the smiling landscape with ashes and darkness.)

Dark Classics: Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Pestis) VI ( Heaven is reconciled. The terrible phantom of Plague vanished. The storm is over; under the ground sleep the dead and above it there remained part of miserable humanity. Tapers burn on numberless graves and on the brightening sky appears a rainbow of peace. An awful remembrance of experienced wretchedness and misery lingers and covers the smiling landscape with ashes and darkness.)

Felix Jenewein (1857-1905), Pestis(La Peste) - 1901

Felix Jenewein (1857-1905), Pestis(La Peste) - 1901

Felix Jenewein, The Suicide's Funeral, 1901

Felix Jenewein, The Suicide's Funeral, 1901


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